- Historians and Preservers of Rhode
Island and Southern Massachusetts complex history will be celebrated at a South
WHO: Providence Chapter of Chums, Incorporated
WHAT: The Women With Vision Luncheon will recognize the
following women for preserving the history of Rhode Island and Southern
WHERE: Quidnessett Country Club, ?950 North Quidnessett Road in North Kingston, Rhode
Onna Moniz John, Historian
Denise Oliveira, Founder and
Director of the Rhode Island Cape Verdean Museum
Loren Spears, Executive Director Tomaquag Museum
Joyce Stevos, Board Member, Heritage Harbor and the Rhode
Island Heritage Hall of Fame
- Watkins, Filmmaker and
Professor Emerson College
Entertainment provided by
Saxophonist Theron Leonard
Auction items include Art work and
five $500 Fine Portrait Certificates with a portion of the proceeds going to
the Chums' Scholarship Fund. Other items include a Native American blanket and
Cocktails are ?at 12 Noon and
the Luncheon and Program ?begins
at 1 p.m.
Proceeds from the Fundraiser will
benefit the Constance B. Edmonds Scholarship Fund.
The scholarships are awarded to
Rhode Island and Southern Massachusetts Senior High School students.
The Providence Chapter of Chums
are one of thirty seven Chapters, affiliated with the National Organization of
the Chums, Incorporated. The civic, cultural, educational and social
improvement 501(c)(3) organization’s focus is on the needs of children with the
national theme:"Listen to the Children…enrich their lives".
Tickets are $60.00
each. Children 12 and under tickets are $30.